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Bernard Arnault's LVMH Brands List

Bernard Arnault is one of the world’s richest people. The billionaire has invested in the world’s luxury brands in various industries like luxury fashion, beauty products, jewelry, and wines and spirits. The French Billionaire was born on 5th March 1949 and is worth $155.2 billion as of 2022.

Bernard Arnault is the chairman of Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton. Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE also known as (LVMH) Louis Vuitton was formed after a merger between a fashion store; Louis Vuitton and wines and spirits company Moët Hennessy. The merger led to the creation of the world’s seller of luxury products.

LVMH owns 75 brands in different industries like wines and spirits, fashion and leather, perfumes and cosmetics, watches and jewelry, and selective retailing. In this article, we are going to focus on  Bernard Arnault brands list. 

Bernard Arnault Company List

The following are brands owned by Bernard Arnault:

1. Louis Vuitton

LVMH or popularly known as Louis Vuitton is a luxury brand for the rich formed after a merger between fashion store Louis Vuitton and spirit brand Moët Hennessy. Louis Vuitton makes ready-to-wear, jewelry, shoes, accessories, wristwatches, luxury bags, sunglasses, and leather bags. It was founded in 1854 in France. In 1989, Bernard Arnault acquired Louis Vuitton. Since 2006, Louis Vuitton has been regarded as a luxury brand.

2. Christian Dior

Christian Dior is a luxury brand owned by Bernard Arnault. It was started by the famous fashion designer; Christian Dior. It is one of LVMH’s profitable companies. It was started in 1946 by Christian Dior. Bernard Arnault acquired the company for 12 billion euros bringing Christian Dior brands under one roof. Currently, Christian Dior has 198 stores and revenue of $64.2 billion.

3. Hennessy

Hennessy is a cognac brand owned by LVMH. Hennessy was established by Richard Hennessy in 1765. In 1989, Bernard Arnault became the majority shareholder of LVMH Moet Hennessy. As of 2021, Hennessy's revenue had risen by 26 percent with a revenue of $6.7 billion.

4. Sephora

Sephora is a brand owned by Bernard Arnault that deals with personal care and beauty products. It was founded in 1969. Bernard Arnault acquired a stake in Sephora in 1997. It was founded by Dominique Mandonnaud. As of 2020, Sephora had revenue of €10.2 billion.

5. Fendi

Fendi is a fashion brand owned by LVMH. This Italian fashion house was acquired by LVMH in 2001. The brand deals with leather products, fur, and luxury products. Prior to its purchase, LVMH and Prada each had a 25.5% stake in Fendi in 2000. But in November 2001, LVMH became the largest shareholder after purchasing Prada’s stake in Fendi. Fendi has revenue of €21.1 billion as of 2020.

6. Bulgari

Bulgari is an Italian luxury brand owned by LVMH chaired by Bernard Arnault. It was founded in 1884 by Sotirios Voulgaris. The brand is famous for its jewelry, leather goods, accessories, perfumes, wristwatches, and perfumes. In 2011, LVMH acquired a 50.4% stake in Bulgari for $6.0 billion.

7. Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co. is a luxury jewelry store owned by LVMH and chaired by Bernard Arnault. He acquired the brand in Jan 2021 for $15.8 billion. The deal had been delayed due to the effects of Covid-19. LVMH and Tiffany & Co. agreed to buy the company for an 11% discount. Tiffany was founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany in 1837. The brand deals with necklaces, earrings, rings, watches, fragrances, accessories, and bracelets.

8. Givenchy

Givenchy is another perfume and cosmetics brand owned by LVMH’S chairman, Bernard Arnault. It was founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy. In 1988, Givenchy joined LVMH Moët Hennessy. Givenchy sells perfumes, fragrances, skincare products, makeup, and signature scents for men, women, and children.

9. Celine

Celine is a luxury fashion brand owned by LVMH. It was founded in 1945 by Céline Vipiana in France. It has 178 stores worldwide and employs over 2,500 employees worldwide. Celine was acquired by LVMH in July 1988 for $540 million. Celine mainly deals with the sale of shoes and accessories.

10. Berluti

Berluti is a luxury brand conglomerate of LVMH whose chairman is Bernard Arnault. It was founded in 1895 by an Italian; Alessandro Berluti. The luxury brand is involved in the production of ready-to-wear leather shoes and boots for men. It also makes leather belts, bags, and wallets. LVMH acquired Berluti and Kenzo in 1993.

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Summary of Bernard Arnault Business List

The following is Bernard Arnault companies list.

IndustryBrands 
Wines and spirits
Ao Yun, Ardbeg, Belvedere, Bodega Numanthia, Cape Mentelle, Chandon, Newton Vineyard, Ruinart, Château d'Esclans, Hennessy, Krug, Mercier, Moët & Chandon, Château Cheval Blanc, Château d'Yquem, Cheval des Andes, Clos des Lambrays, Cloudy Bay, Colgin Cellars, Dom Pérignon, Glenmorangie, Terrazas de los Andes, Veuve Clicquot, Volcan de mi Tierra and
Woodinville
Fashion and leather goodsBerluti, Birkenstock, Celine, Christian Dior, Off-White, Patou, Phoebe Philo, Emilio Pucci, Fendi,  Kenzo, Loewe, Loro Piana, Givenchy, JW Anderson, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Moynat,  Rimowa, and Stella McCartney
Perfumes and cosmeticsAcqua di Parma, Benefit Cosmetics, BITE Beauty, Guerlain, Kenzo Parfums, KVD Vegan Beauty,  Officine Universelle Buly, Ole Henriksen, Maison Francis Kurkdjian, Cha Ling, Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, Fresh Beauty, Parfums Givenchy, Make Up For Ever, Marc Jacobs Beauty, Parfums Christian Dior and Perfumes Loewe. 
Watches and jewelryBulgari, Chaumet, Repossi, TAG Heuer, Fred, Hublot,  Tiffany & Co. and Zenith
Selective retailingDFS, La Grande Epicerie, Le Bon Marché, Sephora, La Samaritaine,  and Starboard Cruise Services

Final Thoughts on LVMH Brands List

The above is a list of Bernard Arnault's brands owned by LVMH. LVMH is chaired by Bernard Arnault and has its headquarters in Paris, France. LVMH is the leading luxury goods company and has over 2,400 stores worldwide. The company owns 75 brands in industries like wines and spirits, fashion and leather, perfumes and cosmetics, watches and jewelry, and selective retailing.

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